WWR is very grateful to all of its supporters and believes it’s supporters should feel proud of themselves as well for making a difference to people’s lives in Nepal.
If you are interested in finding out how to make your giving really count then we can recommend a book called ‘The Life You Can Save’ by Peter Singer and the accompanying website www.thelifeyoucansave.com.
On the website there is the opportunity to make a pledge to make a difference to those living in poverty around the world.
Yesterday Anna was interviewed during the Dayspring church christmas carol service in Chippenham about how Women Without Roofs was first established – find out more on the ‘About Us’ page.
It was a great opportunity to talk about how the initial generosity of one missionary in Nepal has led to many women being supported and blessed by the funds raised by Women Without Roofs here in England. We have expanded steadily and now run two sewing courses that teach the women how to support themselves through home sewing businesses.
The church also presented her with a generous donation that will pay for the blankets that we are handing out to all the women we support this christmas.
Anna being interviewed
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Women Without Roofs is pleased to announce that it will be giving a Christmas present to each of the women we support in Nepal. The women will receive a new warm blanket to help them through the cold days and nights in Kathmandu, where homes have no heating.
This has been made possible by a generous donation from Dayspring church, Wiltshire (www.dayspring.org.uk).
Photos of the women with their blankets will follow soon!